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The pioneer express. [volume] (Pembina, Dakota [N.D.]) 1883-1928, September 30, 1910, Image 8

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Proposed Amendments
To Constitution
The following proposed Amend men ts
to the Constitution of the State of
^Jorth Dakota, having passed the Elev
enth Legislative Assembly, will bo sub
mitted to the Twelfth Legislative Assem
bly for approval or rejection:
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
Section 112 of the constitution of the
state of North Dakota is amended so as
to read as follows:
Section 112. The legislative assembly
shall provide by law for the election of
justices of the peace in each organized
county within the state, but the num
ber of said justices to be elected in each
organized county shall be limited by law
to such a number as shall be necessary
for the proper administration of justice.
The justices of the peace herein pro
vided for shall have concurrent jurisdic
tion with the district courts and with all
county courts in all civil actions when
the amount in controversy, exclusive of
costs, does not exceed two hundred dol
lars, and they shall have such jurisdic
tion to hear and determine cases of mis
demeanor as may be provided by law, but
in no case shall said justices of the peace
have risdiction when the boundaries of
or title to real estate shall come in ques
tion. The legislative assembly shall
have power to abolish the office of jus
tice of the peace and confer that juris
diction upon judges of county courts or
elsewhere.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
Section 91 of the constitution of the
state of North Dakota is amended to
read as follows:
Section 91. The term of office of the
judges of the supreme court, except as
this article otherwise provided, shall
be ten years, beginning on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in Janu
ary of the year next following their elec
tion, and they shall hold their offices
until their successors are duly qualified.
This section shall not be construed as
^tendwtf the term of office of the judges
serving at the time of the adoption of
this amendment, except as herein pro
vided. The terms of office of the judges
of the supreme court elected at the gen
eral election of 1910 shall be as follows:
The one receiving the highest number
of votes at such election shall hold his
office for a term of ten years the one
receiving the next highest number of
votes at such election shall hold his of
fice for a term of eight years and the
one receiving the lowest uumber of votes
at such election shall hold his office for
a term of six years.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
Article 9 section 158 of the constitu
tion of the state of North Dakota is
amended sobs to read as follows,
Section 158. No land shall be soldfor
less than the appraised value, and in no
case for less than ten dollars per acre
The purchaser shall pay one-fifth of the
price in cash and the remaining four
fifths as follows: One-fifth in five years,
one-fifth on or before the the expiration
of ten years, one-fifth on or before the
expiration of fifteen years, and one-fifth
on or befors the expiration of twenty
years, with interest at the rate of not
less than five per cent per annum,
payable annually in advance provided,
that when payments are made before
due they shall be made at an interest
paying date, and one year's interest in
advance shall be paid on all money so
paid. All sales shall be held at the
county seat of the county in which the
land to be sold is situated, and shall be
at public auction and to the highest
bidder, after sixty days advertisement
of th& same in a newspaper of general
circulation in the vicinity of the land to
be sold, and one at the seat of govern
ment. Such lands as have not been
especially sob-divided shall be offered in
tracts of one-quarter flection, and those
sub-dirided in the smallest sab-division.
All lands designated for sale and not
sold within two yews after appraisal
aball be iMppnised before they are sold.
No graht or patent for such lands shall,
issue until payment is made for the
Mme JroTid*d that the land contacted
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when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold
or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at
hand. Your doctor's approval of its use will certainly
set all doubt at rest. Do. as he says. He knows.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. /. c. Ayer Co., Lowell, M^s.
Robust health Is a great safeguard against attacks of throat and lung troubles, but
constipation will destroy the best of health. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills.
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to taxation from the date of such con
tract. In case the taxes assessed
against any of such land for any year
remain unpaid until the first Monday in
October of the following year, then and
thereupon the contract of sale for such
lands shall, if the board of university
and school lands so determine, become
null and void. Any lands under the
provisions of section 158 of the constitu
tion of the state of North Dakota that
have heretofore been sold, may be paid
for, except as to interest, as provided
herein provided, further, that any
school or institution lands that may be
required for townsite purposes, school
house sites, church sites, cemetery sites,
sites for other educatianal, or charitable
institutions, public parks, fair grounds,
public highways, railroad right of way,
or for other railroad uses and purposes,
reservoirs for the storage of water for
irrigation, drain ditches or irrigation
ditches, and lands that may be required
for any of the purposes over which the
right of eminent domain- may be exer
cised under the constitution and laws of
the state of Nortn Dakota, may be sold
under the provisions of this section, and
shall be paid for, principal and interest,
in full, in advance, at the time of sale, or
at any time thereafter, and patent is
sued therefor, when principal and inter
est are paid.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
The legislative assembly Is hereby
authorized and empowered to provide
by law for the erection, purchasing or
leasing and operation of one or more ter
minal grain elevators in the states of
Minnesota or Wisconsin, or both, to be
maintained and operated in such man
ner as the legislative assembly shall pre
scribe, and provide for inspection,
weighing and grading of all grain re
ceived in such elevator or elevators.
ALFRED BLAISDELL,
Secretary of State.
Bismarck, N. D., August 8, 1910.
Life on Panama Canal
has had one frightful drawback malaria
trouble that has brought suffering and
death to thousands. The germs cause
chills, fever and ague, billiousness,
jaundice, lassitude, weakness and gene
ral debility. But Electric bitters never
fail to destroy them and des .roy mala
ria troubles. "Three bottles completely
cured me of a very severe attack of
malaria." writes Wm. A. Fretwell, of
Lucama, N. C., "and I've had good
health ever since." Cure Stomache,
liver and kidney troubles, and prevent
typhoid. 50c. Guarinteed by The
City Pharmacy.
The Best Hour of Life
is when you do some great deed or dis
cover some wonderful fact. This hour
came to J. R. Pitt, of Rocky Mt. N. C.
when he was suffering intently, as he
says, "from the worst cold I ever had,
1 then proved to my great satisfaction,
what a wonderful cold and cough cure
Dr. King's New Discovery is. For,
after taking one bottle, I was entirely
cured. You can't say anything too
good of a medicine like that." Its the
surest and best remedy for diseased
lnngs, hemorrhages, la grippe, asthma,
hay fever, throat and lung trouble, 50c
91.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by The City Pharmacy.
DR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That Cough*
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Contracts for large lots
taken, and goods deliver
ed on short notice.
WM. FOWLER,
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Citation and Notice of Hearing
Proof of Foreign Will.
In County Court, lefore Hon. H. G. Vick,
County Jtulire.
State of North Dakota, I
County of Penfbina, S
In the matter of the.estate of Thomas H.
Pryor, deceased.
Elmer E. McKeever, petition
er vs.
Mrs. NellieF. Pryor, 1
John II, Pryor,
Mrs. Ellen M. McKeever,
Mrs. Stella May Roberts,
Kayinotid T. Pryor, a minor, I
ami Irs. Minnie R. Lay, re-/
spondetits.
The state of North Dakota to the above
named respondents and nil persons inter
ested in the estate of Thomas 11. Pryor.
deceased.
You and each of you are hereby notified
tnat Elmer E. McKeever, the petitioner
herein, has filed in this court a duly au
thenticated copy of the last will and tcsisi
ment of Thomas II. Pryor, deceased, late
of the city of Pasadena, county of Lo.s
Anseles, state of California, and of the
probafe thereof in the state of California,
duly authenticated, with his petition pray
injr for the admission to probate of said
document as the last will of said deceased,
and for the issuance to Henry \V. Phelps,
of Ornfton, North Dakota, of letters of
administration with the will annexed
thereon, and that the said petition ami
proofs of said purported will will be heard
and duly considered by this court on Tues
day, the 18th day of October, lfllO at 111
clock in the forenoon of that day, at the
court room of this court, in the city of
Pembina, county of Pembina, state of
North Dakota: and
You and each of you are hereby cited to
le and appear before this court at said
time and place and answer said petition
and show- cause, if any there be, why the
prayer of said petition should not be
granted.
Dated September 3rd, 15)10.
H. G. VICK,
County Judjre.
(County Court Seal)
Let the foresroinjr citation be served by
printing- and publishing the same three
times, once each week, for three successive
weeks, in the Pembina Pioneer Express, a
weekly newspaiier printed and published
NT county
North Dakota.
Wheat, Oats and Barley
taken in exchange or for
cash at highest market
prices.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
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Proprietor
Amenia Elevator Company,
PEMBINA, N. D.
Estimates furnished on contracts for building material. Goods
delivered on short notice to any part of the'eity.
Feed grinding at any time. PHONE 4.
State Normal School
Mayville, North Dakota
The sole purpose is to train teachers and supervisors for the
public schools, especially for the elementary schools in rural and
village communities,
Mayville is a quiet, wholesome school town located in the
iamous Goose River Valley, the richest section of the state.
Tuition is free. Registration and librarv fees are small, Liv
ing expenses are low. Dormitory accommodations are excellent
Ihere are five general courses of study: a ten-and-a-half
month course for eighth-grade graduates and leading to a second
grade certificate: a four-year and a five vear course for eighth
grade gradnates and leading to a state certificate and a one-year
and a two-year course for high school graduates and leading to a
state certificate.
There are six special two-year courses for high school gradu
ates and leading to a state certificate in Agriculture, Domestic
science, Manual Training, the Commercial Subjects. Music and
Drawing, and Physical Culture and Expression.
Students organizations are Men's and Women's Glee Clubs,
Urchestra, Athletic Association, Literary Society, Women's
League, Normal Exponent, Y. M. C. A. and Y. N. C. A,
There are two excellent gymnasiums:* Foot-ball, basket-ball,
oase«ball, tennis, and other indoor and outdoor games are played
A fine course of musical and literary entertainments is offeree
each year at a very low cost to students"
The Fall Term of 1910- LI begins October 4, the Winter Term
January 3, and the SDnng Term April 4. The Summer School
begins about the middle or July of each year.
Send for an Attractive, illustrated
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CITATION AND NOTICE At
Hearing Proof of Forelfin WliiiB?
State of North Dakota. I
County of Pembina,
In Comity Court, before Hon. If. G. Vick,
Jndae.
In the matter of the estate of Edward
Collins deceased, Edward Collins (son of
deceased) aud George L. Collins petitlOii-
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vs. .J ulia R. Had away, sometimes
called Julia Peck Hadaway respondent.
lhe state of North Dakota: to the above
named respondent and all persons inter
istou in the estate of Edward Collins,
deceased.
You arid each of you are hereby notified
that Ivlward Collius and George L. Collins
the petitioners herein, have filed in this
court a copy of the last will and testament
and codicil of Edward Collins, late of the
city of IJoston, in the county of Suffolk
and state of Massachusetts deceased, and
the probate therefore iti the state of
Massachusetts duly authenticated, with
their petition, praying for the admission
to prohate af said documents as the last
will and codicil of said deceased, and for
the issuance to them the said Edward
Collins and George L. Collins of letters
testamentary thereon, aud that the said
petition and the proofs of said purported
will and codicil will he heard and duly
considered by this cour.. on Saturday the
*-'.'tli day of October A-1). l'JIO, at It) o'clo*w
in the forenoon of that day. at. the court
house of this court, in the county court
house, in the city of Peinhina, county r»f
IVitihiiia and state of North Dakota: and
And you and each of you are hereby
cited to be and appear before this court at
said tune aud place and answer said peti
tion and show cause, if any there be, why
the prayer of said petition should not be
granted.
By the court,
1910
of Pembina, state of
H. W. PHELPS, Cmmt/jud^e.
Attorney.
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JH'lfi'e of the county court.
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September a, D.
I.et service hereof be made by publica
tion fsr three successive weeks in the
Pioneer Express, a weekly newspaper
published in the city of Pembina, in said
Pcmbiha county, all respondents being
non-residents of this state.
H. G. VICK,
County Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of North Dakota,
County of Pembina.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph
Delorme deceased.
Notice is hereby given by E. Conmy
administrator of the estate .of Joseph
Delorme, deceased to the creditors of, and
all persons having claims against said
deceased, to present them with the neces
sary vouchers, to the said administrator
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within four months
after the firat publication of this notice.
Dated this 27th day of September 1910.
E, W. CONMY,
Administrator.
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Persons intending ptm-hhsiiig threshing rigs or supplies
should Call and get prices as I can save them money.
Separator fire proof, aud best plow engine on the market.
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A complete Russell Threshiu Outfit, with
tanks, in good condition, for sale 'cheap.
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